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Lanya Neeley stood on the sidewalk, upset, in crisis and surrounded by disarray.
Washington state Sen. Maureen Walsh says her remark during an evening floor debate about nurses playing cards on the job was not meant to be malicious.
Democrats in the state legislature this week gave final passage to several measures that figure prominently in Governor Inslee’s legislative agenda and presidential campaign. The clock for consideration of non-budget bills during this regular session ran out at 5 p.m. Wednesday, but bills that have to be reconciled between the two chambers can still be voted on for final passage.
If LSU's Will Wade had a pep in his step at the start of the week he might be skipping until Easter.
OLYMPIA — There will be no statute of limitations for most sex crimes against minors and longer statutes of limitations for rape under legislation signed Friday by Gov. Jay Inslee.
Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes settled a public-records lawsuit this month with a conservative think tank, and in doing so turned over a legal memo showing his office had advised the City Council in 2014 that cities don't have authority under state law to impose an income tax.
On Monday, the Senate Committee on Law & Justice heard that the backlog of untested rape kits at the State Crime Lab is about 10,000.